Hotel Tara Grand Agra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to the East entrance of the TM complex. Quite heavy security in evidence in the build up to the Jan 28 celebrations (Independence Day) but soon inside. Walked through the Main Gate (The Gateway) and then, through the far arch, caught our first glimpse of the monument. What a heart-stopping, incredible moment it was with your breath almost taken out of you as you stand before this most incredible, revered place. We had ...
... driver to take us to Fatepur Sikri, which was the capital of the Moghul empire for all of 15 years. Built on a ridge between two villages as a tribute to a Sufi saint who predicted the birth of a male heir to the empire in 1571, it was abandoned only 14 years later due to lack of an adequate water supply. But twelve years of construction by thousands of skilled artisans and tens of thousands of slave laborers resulted in a complex considered an Indo-Islamic ...
28th November 2014 - Day 3 - New Delhi , India - Friday A quiet night, must be the body clock readjusting. I suppose there is a 5 1/2 hour difference, and a challenging travel environment. I finally read the Delhi paper last last night, Some thoughts on Indian News. I took ages to work out who "Cong" was, there were all these headlines that referred to Cong, and I thought, as others might, that the Viet Cong wound up 40 years ago BUT I deduced, eventually that it is ...
... much wine apparently. Anyway reader you'll no doubt be pleased to know the wine was ok, not great, but ok. The meal we had was actually very good. We had been warned not to order sea food as we were along way from the sea but would be ok with meat. Chicken tikka for me and some kind of chicken in a grey/green sponge for Gill. It was however surprisingly tasty and plenty to be had. It was a great evening and the rest of the party were good fun. Off to bed when back as yet another early ...
... with much namaskaring and bowing encountered on the way...the saree-clad P sweeping ahead, with us riff raff following in her wake. Lunch was delish...frontier food, fine dining style...leg of lamb was on the lunch agenda today.
Post-lunch, it was time for some Agra shopping. We all piled into P's car, displacing her 3 cops, who had to wait for another car. One of them in particular (the most earnest and on-the-ball one) was clearly not pleased. As we made our ...